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“ADHD Storytelling: Bridging the Gap Between Clinical Knowledge & Lived Experiences” with Dani Donovan

 

  • Description

    The rise of content creators is rapidly transforming the mental healthcare landscape. Discover the revolutionary synergy of online communities, compassionate healthcare providers, and patient education in the treatment of ADHD. In this talk, Dani explores how social media platforms are not only sources of support, but also wellsprings of innovative coping strategies tailor-made for ADHD brains. Learn how the digital age empowers patients to become partners in their own healthcare journey, promoting long-term treatment success through self-awareness, self-advocacy, and the ripple effect of shared knowledge. This talk is designed specifically for clinicians, mental healthcare providers, and professionals looking to embrace these evolving trends and better support their ADHD patients.

  • What You Need to Know

    When: May 1st, 12:30 - 2 pm (light reception from 2-3 to follow)

    Who is invited: The event is open to UGA faculty, staff, and students as well as the larger public. Clinicians are encouraged to attend!

    How to registerRegister through this link to attend this event (Note: we are trying to gauge attendance before finalizing the room, so please register today to secure your spot! We may run out of spots if we misestimate.)

    Location: Miller Learning Center Reading Room

    Cost: There is no cost to attend this event, which is co-sponsored by the Couple and Family Therapy doctoral program at UGA, the Aspire Clinic, and the Northeast GA Chapter of GAMFT.

    CEs available: Attendance at this event will count for 1.5 CE core hours for MFTs and 1.5 related hours for Social Workers and Professional Counselors. Thank you, Northeast GA GAMFT chapter, for the CEs!

  • About Dani

    Dani Donovan is a purpose-driven creator, author, and ADHD advocate whose cathartic comics, TikTok videos, and #NeurodiverseSquad hashtag have helped build an online community for adults living with ADHD. She’s been featured in publications like The New York Times, BBC News, and NPR, and was the closing keynote at the 2021 International ADHD Conference. Her unorthodox self-help book, The Anti-Planner: How to Get Sh*t Done When You Don't Feel Like It, offers creative strategies, activities, and games to help procrastinators understand their emotions and overcome productivity roadblocks. Dani's work has encouraged thousands of people to seek diagnosis and treatment. Explore her content at ADHDDD.com or follow her on social media (@danidonovan).

Wednesday, May 1, 2024
12:30pm - 2:00pm
TBD Zell B. Miller Learning Center, 48 Baxter Street, Athens, GA 30602
Contact: Christine Hargrove
Categories: ASPIRE ClinicHuman Development and Family ScienceGraduateFamilyHealth

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